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6:00 a.m., thursday, june 30th. here's what's going on. >> police believe several teens were playing with a gun when it went off killing a 1-year-old -- 13-year-old boy. >> atlantic city workers might go on strike right before a holiday weekend. kerry washington is part of a film that honors the victims
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of the orlando shooting. >> david murphy is outside, and may never come back inside, and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: sun is up nice and bright, as we look at satellite there's no evidence of clouds across the region. 67 degrees in philadelphia. 63 in wilmington. 64 as you head out the door in trenton. 60 on the nose in allentown. upper 50s in reading, that's cool and comfortable. same thing in millville. 70 beachfront at cape may. now, dewpoints are in the 50s almost everywhere that's why it feels so comfortable. the moisture level in the atmosphere as measured by dewpoint is lower. it's measured by the 63 threshhold for humidity. cape may and dover it might feel more humid there. 78 degrees by 10:00 a.m. not too shabby. this afternoon it will be warm enough for cool drinks, 87, but again, human low, lots of sunshine out there. it will get more humid overnight
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tonight and tomorrow sticky with drenching downpour producing showers and thunderstorms at times, details coming up. >> reporter: tomorrow we could have weather-related problems with commutes, today not so much. live in new jersey, 42, northbound traffic at creek road. moving okay, roads are dry coming up from deptford or turnersville no delay on 42. in chester county we have an issue with a downed tree it's blocking all lanes, phoenixville pike, spring mill drive and warner lane. use 29 to get around the closure there. i-95 southbound traffic heading toward cot mannor a nice, easy ride in so far heading into center city. coming in from langhorne you're good to go. the schuylkill expressway no delays just yet. >> investigators are trying to piece together what led to a gun going off in the germantown section leaving a 13-year-old boy dead. annie mccormick is live at
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police headquarters with what we know about the deadly shooting. >> reporter: matt, homicide detectives are saying this is under investigation appears a group of kids were playing with a weapon before it went off tragically killing a 1-year-old. we're hearing reports that a teen turned himself in with a family member yesterday, but we're waiting to hear more information about that from police. just before 5:30 p.m. yesterday, police responded to the backyard of a property on east walnut lane, there sly huntly found his 13-year-old son shot in the face barely alive. >> it was gore, very graphic. words was unexplainable. he was too young to die, he don't deserve it. >> reporter: the teen died at the hospital, "action news" was there as family processed the news, detective crime scene and investigators focused their attention on the backyard where the young man was found. it is believed he was with
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several friends. they may have been playing with the gun when it went off. >> what was the gun doing in the backyard? you know what i what i mean, ito irresponsible. you have neighborhood thugs stashing guns around, you don't know where your child, they playing innocently, they get their hands on fire weapons and you know they hurt. >> reporter: there's a vigil planned on the germantown block tonight at 5:00 p.m. reporting live outside police headquarters, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> a 30-year-old man was hit by gunfire in camden. shots rang out only the 300 block of moore street at 2:30. the victim was shot in the stomach. he is in the hospital in serious, but stable condition. so far there are no suspects or motive. a judge dismissed criminal charges against a reading police officer accused of punching a
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women and lying about why he pulled her over. surveillance video shows him punching a woman in the face and smashing her cell phone to get rid of evidence. he was charged with evidence tampering. after a four hour hearing, the judge dismissed charges and there are questions around the case. we'll have more in a live report at 6:30. wilmington police are investigating an armed sexual assault near the brandywine river on south park drive. detectives released a surveillance image of the suspect. the victim said he showed a weapon arena forced her into a excluded area around 9: 30. turkish police detained 1 people after the bombing at i say stan bowl airport.
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-- istanbul airport. surveillance video is chilling it shows the moments just before and during the explosion. we have learned that three attackers used a taxi to get to the airport. the taxi dropped them off in front of turkish thunderstorms say they are convinced islamic state group is behind the attack, although isis has yet to claim the responsibility. talks continue in atlantic city in a last-ditch effort to avoid a mass casino worker walkout. they plan to go on strike tomorrow. local 54 unite here conducted a training session teaching 6500 workers how to maintain orderly ticket lines. casinos said they made concessions in the last contract and want to cash in. >> puerto rico has been pulled back from the economic edge.
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we go live to the nasdaq in time square. good morning, allison. >> reporter: good morning, tam, a bill to help puerto rico through its financial crisis has passed the senate to restructure debt to manage payment. there's a creation of a board to oversea the island recovery. port reek -- puerto rico is struggling under $72 billion in debt. as for stocks they posted big gains for a second day in the row. rebounding from the selloff after brexit. futures are pointing to a higher open. weekly jobless claims comes out later this morning. amazon prime day is july 12. the online retail giant slashing items for prime members, amazon
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started prime day to create a shopping holiday in the summer. it was huge success breaking the black friday record with customers ordering 34 million items. matt and tam i don't know what i would do without nigh amazon. >> -- miami sown. >> on these without my amazon. >> reporter: my son-in-law starts a job with amazon. >> so we're supporting david murphy. >> reporter: you're supporting my son-in-law. lots of sun up up over the horizon, bright conditions and humidity on the low side. 59 in reading, 67 in philadelphia. 63 in wilmington. 670 in cape may. satellite shows you a lack of significant cloud cover out there. get the shades ready for the
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highways and by ways and traveling. in the lehigh valley, 86 is the high, sunny, warm, nice, low humidity, down the shore, farther south along the coast you go, the more humid it is, it's not oppressive. i think mostly it will be nice on the beach. high of 80 in atlantic city. elsewhere along the shore close to that, ocean temperature in the low 70s in spots. this afternoon in philadelphia, 87 degrees, mostly sunny, warm and nice, low humidity, late today, winds turn out of the south southwest that will usher in humid conditions later on tonight. overnight tonight we're looking at humidity to build partly cloudy skies developing. 69 is the overnight low. before dawn tomorrow there's a chance of pop-up showers beginning to pop in. as i mentioned it will be humid and unsettled with a warm front passing through. at times it will be humid enough to break out downpours here and there. this is the period 6:00 a.m. to noon. in the afternoon there's a chance of more of this,
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obviously it won't be happening all the time, but where you get a shower it could break out into a downpour here and there. there could gusty thunderstorms in the afternoon and early evening. the placement of these is not exact, but you get the idea. some of you in south jersey might be dealing with some of that action. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 87 today, sunny and warm, nice out there, low humidity. tomorrow, getting more and more humid during the day and occasionally a drenching shower or perhaps a couple of gusty thunderstorms. looks like that ends in the wee hours of saturday morning. by the time you wake up on saturday, looks like it's over and we're back to sunny and nice conditions, 84 and humidity lowering. sunday, 86 degrees, lowering humidity there. a change for monday 4th of july. on the model's last three or four runs, we've seen a
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southwestern system come at us faster. now we'll go for sun and clouds on monday, there's a chance of a late day or evening shower or thunderstorm from the system. can it back off on the models? , yeah it can. the trend has been to bring it in faster. we were talking about a beautiful, saturday, sunday, monday, now it's a beautiful saturday sunday, mondayy -- monday, iffy. >> investigation on downed egypt air flight, they are focusing on a bathroom. we can see the bright sunshine we'll get sun glare in spots, live on 422, eastbound traffic moving okay. we have an issue on i-95 the latest details coming up. >> did you ever see a musician stop a concert because they are seeing people video taping on their phones, there may be a way
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you could just sit there with a bagle and a cup of coffee outside that bridge and enjoy yourself.
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6:14, 67 degrees, we'll take a live look at the commodor barry bridge. >> you have a thing for that bridge. it's like bacon. you know i love bacon. >> reporter: you get beautiful shots of sky conditions, as you look at that at that. we have a jam approaching cottman, we have an accident out there, i think they will zoom back, if you don't get sick you'll seal the accident. there's the jam, there's the accident nice job blocking the left lane, not seeing police on the scene just yet. i think they will looking to see their trucks pulling in yet. we're not seeing that, yet, no emergency workers on the scene. an accident blocking the left lane. creating a jam on i-95 southbound here at cottman, the left lane blocked with the new accident just in. we have another new accident on the northeast extension southbound near valley forge
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road we were hearing a multi-vehicle accident three vehicles involved, left lane blocked fire department en route to the scene, this causing a problem northeast extension southbound near valley forge road. watch for that, on the commuter traffic report we found stephanie minor accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound near west conshohocken all these things have just come in the past five minutes. even though we have no weather-related problems, it's a beautiful day we're seeing bright sunshine and you can see sun glare as you're traveling. low humidity, 56 in martins creek. comfortable. 63 in saints david. 67 in center city. 61 in browns mill. 62 in glassboro. 61 in dover, warm day, high of 87. low humidity and lots of sunshine. >> thank you, karen. we're learning about what might have caused egypt air flight 804 to crash. smoke may have been detected in lavatory and on board equipment moments before the flight plunged into the mediterranean
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sea back in may. the second black box was damaged in the crash. the wreckage was recovered from the sea floor earlier this month. a jury has found a wisconsin mom not guilty in a case where she was accused of sending facebook message before a deadly crash. she faced three counts for vehicular homicide for her 11-year-old daughter and two nieces. prosecutors pointed to facebook record that seemed to indicate that she was sending messages behind the wheel at the time of the crash. the defense argued that slippery roads and warn tires caused the crash. celebrities came together to honor the victims of the orlando massacre, abc's own kerry washington paid tribute to philadelphia's akyra murray. >> akyra murray was third in
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her class, she led the ladies basketball team with more than 1,000 points and earned a full college slip, the youngest -- scholarship, the youngest of the victims. >> we have tech bytes. >> in tech bytes, facebook is putting friends and family first. it has announced that its news feed will give top proprietor to posts rather than branded pages and news outlets. windows ten is getting a major update. it rolls out on august 2, it will include more integration with the virtual assistant.
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tide rescue. the in-wash booster that eliminates odors. find it in the stain remover aisle. say they are ending the controversial use of audio surveillance systems on trains that travel between trenton and camden. they said they weighed security
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views versus privacy concerns. >> reporter: we have an accident southbound at i-95 with a different view of the accident scene. it's blocking the left lane, not seeing emergency workers there just yet. it's causing a jam on i-95 with the left lane being blocked. that's the big accident so far this morning. mass transit, media/elwyn line shuttle busing an routes 10 and 15 trolleys shuttle busing. >> reporter: what a gorgeous morning we have temperatures in the 60s, low humidity in most spots. great morning for the commute. noon, 78. 87 degrees by 3:00 p.m. it is going to be fairly warm this afternoon, humidity staying low and lots of sunshine out there. at the airport, not that you would want to leave this nice weather, but if you have all green aircraft on the big board, big travel cities and no signs of rain out to chicago and
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boston an dallas fort worth and orlando and atlanta at that today. the phillies are celebrating their first sweep in more than two months. they beat the diamondbacks 9-8 in ten innings thanks to that catch among others. itit is their first sweep in years. philadelphia union have advanced to quarter final of major league soccer u.s. open cup. they had a 2-1 win over the new york red bulls. they face new england next. >> up next, hollywood takes a major stem towards including -- step towards including more women and minorities. >> annie mccormick has an update on a teenager's shooting death. >> reporter: that's right, a young teen is shot and killed. appears he and his friends were
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donald trump is planning a campaign stop in manchester, new hampshire to continue his focus on the economy. days after the bombing in turkey, trump blamed hillary clinton for not stopping the isis terror group. the nra hit clinton with a tv ad
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for being soft on terror. hillary clinton said the united states must not retreat to take on the threat of terrorism. her team announced shell make her first campaign stop with president obama. >> academy of motion pictures is broadening their voting pool. they have invited a diverse batch of new members,om the wire, america if a -- ferrera and ice cube. >> 6:27 when we come back be david murphy has a look ahead to the holiday weekend. we have breaking news from
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turk where terror raise -- raids have led to several arrests in the wake of the airport attack.
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>> happening on "action news," a 1-year-old is dead after he and his friends played with a gun. charges dismissed a berks county police officer who was physical with a female driver is cleared. >> today might be the last day to get gas on the cheap in new jersey. a tax hike vote takes place today. >> david murphy has weather and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: we have sunshine on the terrace, very little cloud cover around. some of it is out near ohio starting to sweep in towards pittsburgh.
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67 degrees in philadelphia. cool and comfortable in wilmington and trenton and allentown. 59 in reading and millville, 70 next to the oceanfront in cape may. 56 is the current dewpoint. i want to show you these, we've been talking about dewpoints over the 60-degree threshhold for several days, not this morning. outside of cape may and dover, it's a little bit sticky. a workout this morning, 70 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 78 by 10:00 a.m., not bad. it will get warm with a 3:00 p.m. high of 87 degrees. with the humidity behaving i felt it's a comfortable 87. it will get soupy tomorrow. there could scattered drenchers around, as well. we'll show you that on future tracker 6. there's a possible change for the 4th of july. details just ahead. >> reporter: let's look outside live on i-95 we have an update on the accident southbound near cottman. police just pulled up on the scene. the accident itself was blocking the left lane.
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they stopped all traffic and pushed the accident off to the side. we have police and penndot on the scene with the accident on i-95 southbound, jam jumped up 25 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. let's look at other spots right here, this is the ben franklin bridge you can see the westbound traffic coming into the city, moving just fine at this point. roads are dry, it's clear out there and looking pretty good on the ben this morning. let's take a live look, we'll hop into new jersey, 42 northbound traffic light volume so far if you're coming up from deptford or turnsersville looking -- turnersville looking good. >> police say a group of teens got their hands on a gun in germantown and the curious kids played with the weapon to deadly results. it went over shooting a 1-year-old in the face. annie mccormick is outside police headquarters with more on the story.
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>> reporter: good morning, tam, homicide detectives are investigating the case. we're hearing that a teen turned himself in last night with a family member. we're waiting to learn more about that from police. just before 5:30 p.m. police responded to the backyard to the property on east walnut lane, there clive huntly found the son of a friend shot in the face barely alive. >> it was gore, graphic. >> reporter: the teen died at the hospital, the "action news" was there as the family processed the news, detectives and crime scene investigators focused their taken on the backed yard where etches found. they believe he -- where he was found, it is believe he was with friends playing with a gun. >> i heard a fireworks sound
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one sometime. >> it's the first time i ever heard somebody got shot. >> reporter: and cease-fire p-a said today at 5:00 p.m. on the germantown block they plan to hold a anti-violence rally and vigil in honor of the young teen that was killed. reporting live outside of police headquarters, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> back to you. >> the search continues for the taxi passenger who stabbed the driver in camden. surveillance here shows the attacker squeezing out a back window and running away as the cab crashed into a parked car early yesterday morning. the cabbie is recovering. family members say he wrecked the cap on purpose in the hopes of getting help. a judge dismissed all charges against a reading police officer in a case of a shocking incident where the officer was seen punching a female driver back in april. katherine scott has reaction from the woman live from the satellite center.
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>> reporter: matt, the officer appeared in court for his preliminary hearing and after four hours, the district judge dismissed all the charges. let's go to video of the officer, walking out of court yesterday with his lawyer after the charge were dropped. here's video from early april when the officer confronted the driver in reading. it was around 12:30, the officer pulled over the 30-year-old for reportedly not using her turn signal even though surveillance video shows she did. then he finds out she doesn't a drivers license, he grabbed and tossed her cell phone which was recording and refused to hand it over and he punched her. she hit her head on the pipe and was sent to the hospital for stitches. last month, the district attorney charged the officer with aggression and tampering
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with evidence and other offenses. the charges were dropped. the officer said the woman refused orders and assaulted the driver first the driver and passenger were stunned. >> she don't know how the law works around here, like pretty much he just got away with it. >> officer is a good guy trying to do his job if you comply with the request of police officers on the street we have a place to challenge that and the place to challenge that is our courthouse. >> the district attorney said he and his staff will review the case to determine if they will refile the charge. the reading police will complete an internal investigation before they decide his future with the department. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> there's breaking news coming in out of turkey. turkish state media said 13 suspects were detained over the airport attacks, including three
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foreign nationals. it is unclear if they are connected to the terror group. turkish officials say heavy security at the perimeter foiled the terrorists plan, but it's still not enough. >> what's on the outside of the airport, glass, glass with an explosionive like that will cost -- explosive like that will cause 0 more damage. >> airstrikes in iraq killed 250 isis militants leaving southern fallujah. happening today, the proposed gas tax hike goes up for a vote in the state senate. if approved drivers will be paying more for gas starting tomorrow. it will add up to $100 more per career on average. the governor plans to slash the sales tax to off set the prices at the pump.
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the gas tax revenue will go to repairing roads and bridges. >> time to turn to david murphy, to kick it off at least, the holiday weekend looks great. >> reporter: kicking it off, looks great, the third one, eh. we have a beautiful morning building across the morning. there's the sun and commodor barry bridge down in chester. 67 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint down in the 50s an indication of not all that humid air, winds are light out of the north/northwest a good source region to pull in more dry area. today is sunny, obviously lack of cloud cover on satellite. looks like it will stay sunny through the afternoon. comfortable conditions this morning. 72 by 8:00 a.m. 78 by 10:00 a.m. if you have plans to get out there and get something done this morning, great morning to do that. this afternoon it won't be bad. 87 degrees by noon, 87 by
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3:00 p.m. mostly sunny skies, a good looking day and feeling good with the humidity staying on the low side throughout the day. high temperatures this afternoon, 86 in allentown. 87 in reading, trenton, philadelphia, wilmington, mid 80s millville and dover, on the beach on or about 80 degrees. a close are -- closer look shows you upper 70s and 80s. nice afternoon sea breeze, 79 to 80. 73 in the ocean water off rehoboth beach and bethany beach. overnight tonight, the humidity will come back up because we'll turn the winds around from the southwest to have an approaching front. warm front comes through in the morning, that could produce isolated showers and maybe downpours, remember which is humid air we're talking about, when you get the forcing mechanisms, the fronts coming through there's a lot of moisture there, even though it's not raining everywhere at once,
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there's chance of drenching downpours and thunderstorms around. a better chance as we get into the afternoon, as the spotty producing downpours and thunderstorms. if a thunderstorm hits take cover, it's not out of the question we get gusty damaging winds out of this later in the day an evening. future tracker shows there's a potential of this coming through and pushes to the east by 11:00 a.m. probably bothering folks in south jersey the way current model suggests. sunny and warm and nice, low humidity. tomorrow, turning soupy and showers and thunderstorms could produce drenching downpours and brief gusty winds. looks like it knocks down overnight. saturday, lower humidity and mostly sunny skies and high of 84. 86 beautiful on sunday, these are the days to make your plans,
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the change on the 4th of july over the last 18 to 24 hours, the models have been suggesting that the storm system to the southwest is coming at us faster. we are adjusting the forecast for monday, mix of sun and clouds, there's a chance of a late day evening shower or thunderstorm. if that timing held it would threaten the fireworks displays in the evening. it's a long way off, things could adjust we'll keep our eyes on it. >> what goes up doesn't always come down. hear from the children rescued from a stuck rollercoaster. >> we have an accident westbound on the blue route. we'll talk about this and talk about another new accident coming up.
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>> a couple of chris try to take a -- chris try to take a -- criminals take a page from the shawshank redemption movie later on "action news." 6:44 looking out into the vast
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atlantic ocean from our atlantic city camera, as we get to the start of a great thursday! >> nothing wrong with a great thursday. let's head over to karen rogers to get details good morning. >> reporter: to bring it down for you, i've got the traffic
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report. we talked about an accident opt schuylkill expressway westbound near conshohocken that's off to the side. here's another accident this is second street and race street. we can see police on the scene. they are blocking second street southbound and race street eastbound, so we have part of second street blocked swells part of race street -- as well as part of race street with the accident. fire department on the scene, as well. causing problems at 2nd and race to cause delays. i-95 we had an accident that's been moved to the short, but created extra heavy delays on i-95 southbound, 23 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine, approaching cottman getting rea at this point. the lanes are back open after the accident was pushed off to the side. you're seeing slower traffic from grant avenue to cottman with the accident. phoenixville pike we have a downed tree blocking all lanes spring mill drive and warner
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lane stick to 29. no weather-related problems, maybe sun glare is causing an issue, 56 in martins creek, feels nice and comfortable with low humidity today and pretty sunshine. 58 in kennetts square. warming up to 87. 62 in hammonton right now and 61 ewing and 63 in owe cessen delaware. -- hockessin delaware. new this morning, we're hearing from the young riders stuck on the rollercoaster in oklahoma city yesterday. they are rescued one by one down a cat walk. >> we were going up the hill and it stopped. >> the children took the scare in stride, nobody was hurt. as for the malfunction, the city's fire chief said the frontier ride didn't make it over a hill. >> a washington state man who had taken ambien to sleep. thought he had been in a plane
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crash. here's what he said. >> are you able to look out the window are you able to see the wing where you are? >> he called the dispatcher at 2:00 a.m. believing he had been in a crash with three other people. in reality he had taken ambien and woken from a dream. he had taken half a sleeping pill because of insomnia. that amount could have interacted with other drugs taken during his recovery. a middle school teacher was working at nicks on father's day, one customer picked up a tab for another customer and left a 500-dollar tip. her father came into the public public -- into the pub and added another 500 doors to it.
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watering way to ring in the 4th of july, the action cam is live inside the national constitution center where volunteers are constructing a giant 6-ton hoagie. wawa sponsor the annual event as part of welcome america celebration. they will march the hoagie to independence mall where it will be sliced up to free servings for the public at lunchtime. that's robert irvine, famous chef doing his part. >> hot peppers and old bay. >> hot peppers. >> reporter: now i'm hungry. let's go outside and check on the morning commute. volume on the vine street expressway, westbound e specialcy westbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. eastbound not as bad. let's check mass transit as you head out the door.
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media/elwyn line shuttle busing, swells the 10 and 15 trolleys. no problems now. >> reporter: on the big board we have cool conditions, 067 in slatington and fleetwood. 67 in center city. 63 in chester. low to mid 60s in much of south jersey. 58 in vineland. humid down south in sea isle city. 61 in dover, delaware. most of you dealing with much lower humidity and comfortable conditions. if you're out running errands, 72 by 7:00 a.m. 78 by 10:00 a.m. low humidity and lots of sun. it's warm this afternoon, high of 87 degrees we'll slap that in there around 3:00 p.m. with low humidity you get cool drinks and sunscreen you're in good shape to get stuff down today. >> cameras recorded a hair raising experience for workers at a beauty salon. it happened in willamette
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>> 6:56, investigator are trying to piece together what led to a gun going off in the germantown section leaving a 13 are-year-old dead. a group of teens were playing with the gun when the boy was shot in the face. a proposed gas tax hike goes up for a vote in the state senate today. is the approved drivers will pay 23 cents more for gas starting tomorrow. >> reporter: we have an accident closing second and race street. we have fire crews on the morning. good looking morning with all the sunshine. 72 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 78. humidity on the low side. lots of sunshine, things change tomorrow humidity levels shooting back up, drenching
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, u.s. air strikes target isis, kill at least 250 fighters, and the search is on for answers in that turkey terrorist attack. arresting more than a dozen. a huge twisting tears through the midwest. winds up to 60 miles per hour hit north carolina, record rains flood arizona, and now the south is facing new monsoon threats. donald trump blames hillary clinton for isis. >> it started under her. it was a little group of people. it could have been wiped out quickly and effectively then. and as the president gets set to hit the trail with hillary, an epic rant against trump. making history, michael phelps swimming his way into the record books, now heading into

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